Golf News for Friday, November 19, 2004
The Grove in Hertfordshire, England is delighted to be selected to host the prestigious 2006 American Express World Golf Championship. [... more » ]
PGA of America Chief Executive Officer Jim L. Awtrey, the first PGA member to be hired as the Association's chief executive, announced he will retire from the position in 2006. [... more » ]
Nick Price, a 2003 inductee into the World Golf Hall of Fame and winner of three major championships and more than 40 professional titles worldwide, has been selected to receive the 2005 USGA Bob Jones Award. [... more » ]
Danish star Thomas Bjorn will head full speed to the US$1 million Volvo China Open next week where he hopes to complete his battle against 'demons' with a victory. [... more » ]
Asian teams compete in the WGC-World Cup in Seville, Spain this week hoping that a blend of youth and experience will bring glory and reinforce the region's rise on the international stage. [... more » ]
The top miniature golfers from around the country will be putting for the title of National Miniature Golf Champion at the 2004 Harris Cup National Miniature Golf Championships held on November 21, 2004 at Hawaiian Rumble Miniature Golf. [... more » ]
With over 60 golf courses to suit every taste and ability, including 27 in the Algarve, 8 in Estoril and Sintra and 3 in Madeira, and with many more being developed, it is no surprise that Portugal is one of the most popular golf destinations in Europe. [... more » ]
If a course is going to load up a tee sheet to get every penny, then it better teach its rangers to keep people moving instead of driving around in a cart hawking balls! [... more » ]
Gene Bates-designed Circling Raven Golf Club and Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel have announced that their Sales and Marketing Director Marcy Morris was named “Extraordinary Employee” in a recent issue of Indian Gaming magazine. [... more » ]